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county got a new neighbor tonight. what joe montana is bringing to the table. >> and before you fill out your prescription, you may want to drive to a different neighborhood. why the same amount of the same drugs can cost a whole lot more depending on where you live. good evening, i'm dana king. >> i'm ken. a wife helping her husband record young girls at a playground. prosecutors say the couple, phillip and nancy garrido did their scouting before and after they kidnapped jaycee dugard. today those home movies were released, starting with phillip garrido showing his wife how to use the video camera. >> this is how you start it and stop it. start it and stop it right here. so you push that button. okay. it focuses it quick, doesn't it? >> uh-huh. >> what you need to do, you need to make it look like you are pointing at me. you need to move over more in front of me. it looks like it's pointing at me. it's going just by me. you tell me where i need to position myself. the further you are away from me, they can't tell exactly where it's pointing. >> well the rest of the video is shot ov
clara. might be the biggest score of his career, and it has nothing to do with football. joe montana wooed the city council tonight. the city leaders awarded montana exclusive rights to develop a multimillion dollar hotel and entertainment complex across the street from the 49ers proposed new stadium. but why did the city council go against the recommendation of the city manager? we bring in george kiriyama. he's a bay area legend, but did he just get a free pass tonight? >> reporter: free pass, no, not everyone agreed. but talking to joe montana and his group, in fact, the city manager as well as city council members thought it would be best to open it up to everyone and get a competitive bid process going. but in the end, the city council voted 5-1 and thought hey, let's give joe montana a chance and talk exclusively with him for the next 18 months. what did you think of the vote? >> always good to win. but we're a long way from the process. >> reporter: joe montana certainly knew what it took to win on the football field. the hall of famer quarterback has now won over the hearts a
this. >> woodruff: jeffrey brown talks to montana's governor brian schweitzer on the race to clean up the oil spill on the yellowstone river. >> ifill: and ray suarez examines u.s.-venezuela relations as president hugo chavez fights cancer. >> woodruff: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> okay, listen. somebody has got to get serious. >> i think... >> we need renewable energy. >> ...renewable energy is vital to our planet. >> you hear about alternatives, right? wind, solar, algae. >> i think it's got to work on a big scale. and i think it's got to be affordable. >> so, where are they? >> it has to work in the real world. at chevron, we're investing millions in solar and biofuel technology to make it work. >> we've got to get on this now. >> right now. the william and flora hewlett foundation, working to solve social and environmental problems at home and around the world. and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. an
happened. >>> he is a four-time super bowl champion and local hero, but can joe montana score an exclusive deal with the city of santa clara over the stadium project. why this pass may be incomplete. >> reporter: it's an empty lot with big plans. the proposed 49ers stadium in santa clara is supposed to break ground next year costing hundreds of millions of dollars and while the funding isn't totally secured plans are being made for the land across the street. plans almost as big as the man behind them. joe montana, he wants to build an entertainment complex, including a luxury hotel, sports bar and restaurants. >> the proposal looks good, sound, it will be up to the council to decide how we negotiate. >> reporter: montana wasn't available to speak with us today but he is expected the santa clara city council meeting tuesday to propose that they deal only with his group in the next year and a half. >> in the normal course of things the city would put out a request for proposals in regard to city land and entertain whatever comes back to us. >> reporter: but now they are considering skirting
of the wonderful rivers. the yellowstone is god's country, and it has trout to prove it. i saw people visit montana and be transformed the first time they cast a fly in the river. it's the most undestructed river in the united states. it starts at yellowstone park and flows north and takes a right hand turn and flows towards billings and joins the missouri just the other side of the south dakota border, longest unobstructed river in the united states, and montana is very proud of that, but montana, we also have good paying jobs, crops, and can drive to our favorite fishing holes. we can do that because of the oil through the pipelines, oil refineries, and the phac pumps. water is the most sacred resource, and oil is our most basic fuel. montana is rich in pristine waters and rich in energy, and we cannot let them mix. today, we will examine what happened before and what happened after the spill, what went right, and what could have been improved. our first priority is getting the spill cleaned up and getting it cleaned up now. i want to make sure the yellowstone is restored immediately for everyone
the spill. before i begin, allow me to repeat our sincere apologies to the people of montana. we deeply regret this incident occurred and we are steadfastly committed to not only complete the clean-up, but also to build the learnings from this incident into our future operations. we do not yet know the precise cause and will not likely know until our investigation is complete. we do know the pipelines had met all regulatory requirements, including a 2009 pipeline inspection, a december 2010 depth survey, and additionally as recently as last month the u.s. department of transportations pipeline and hazard materials administration performed a field audit. and of course we do know the effects of the incident. we began closing valves and minimize release. we estimate no more than 1,000 barrels spilled. drawing upon local resources from the exxon mobile billings refinery as well as our experts from across the country. a unified command center led by the environmental protection agency and involving more than 750 people now direct the response. this coordinated effort is crucial to effective
montana pitches his plan for a stadium hotel project. what he said to us right after i want to crush more cars. ♪ i want to sell more tea cups. ♪ i need help selling bread. ♪ i want to sell more crabs. [ male announcer ] you know where you want to take your business. i want to design more buildings. [ male announcer ] in here, small business solutions from at&t can get you there. starting with the at&t all for less package -- just $70 per month, voice plus broadband. it's the at&t network. helping you do what you do... even better. a man can only try... and try...and try. i heard eating whole grain oats can help lower my cholesterol. it's gonna be tough...so tough. my wife and i want to lower our cholesterol, but finding healthy food that tastes good is torturous. your father is suffering. [ male announcer honey nut cheerios tastes great and can help lower cholesterol. >>> new at 10:00, just about an hour and a half ago. the city council went against the staff recommendation and voted 4-1 in favor of joe montana's proposal. >> reporter: there were a lot of football analogies thrown
mobile has been busy making the famed river in montana look like this. for a company that has the closest thing the world has ever known to infinite resources, infinite money at their disposal. you cannot mint money faster than exxon mobile makes it. this mess that they have made of the yellowstone river seems outside their grasp. late friday night, one of exxon's oil pipelines burst beneath the yellowstone river. the cause of the rupture is so far unknown, but the result is visible as far as the eye can see, 42,000 gallons of crude oil is the estimate, an estimate 1,000 barrels of oil overrun its banks and coating everything in sight. right after the accident happened, exxon officials estimated most of the oil released would affect only a 10-mile area surrounding the rupture. they were forced to acknowledge a day later the spill would reach beyond that ten-mile stretch. officials say oil has been spotted 40 miles away. it's unlikely there's any oil in the water at this point. again, that was yesterday afternoon. here's video from earlier today. that's oil. that's the water. that's oil in
on to planes. >>> plus disasters natural and manmade. in phoenix it's called a haboob. in montana the oil spill is worse than exxonmobil first admitted. deja vu anyone? >>> good day i'm andrea mitchell live in washington. we begin with the budget show down and white house hopes for a possible deal even as senate leaders are digging in on the big sticking point of taxes ahead of tomorrow's white house summit. chuck todd is nbc's chief white house correspondent and host of "the daily rundown." chuck, we've heard a lot from republicans. today at the bloomberg breakfast it was said that any tax measures had to be revenue positive over the long run that could be ten years out. eventually have to contribute toward deficit reduction. that is not what republican senator john cornyn was saying exactly the opposite what he said on our show yesterday that it has to be revenue neutral. how does the president hope to bridge this devoid? >> reporter: well, you know, they have an interesting tactic here. they believe and frankly behind the scenes so do house republicans believe it will be easier to sell a lar
clara, the city council will be giving joe montana 18 months exclusively with to develop a proposal. this exclusive negotiating agreement is for the land located across from the proposed forty-niners stadium. montana and his developing group which includes former owner 80 barlow jr. are interested in leasing to city old plots. and luxury hotel, restaurant and a sports bar. the mayor says the deal is good for santa clara. >> it is important enough that the city never sells the land. we are leasing the land for fair market value. this party that the city would continue to own received these payments, sales tax and other sales benefits in addition to the jobs. it is a good fit for santa clara. it is what we envision for the property all along. >> montana will have a year and a half to create and submit his proposal. the council does not like it, they will then except other offers. >> 6:51 a.m.. we are back with more and a couple of minutes. here is a look from the mt. tam cam. we still cannot see a thing. it is pretty windy. her in this pattern continues and our weather, we will tel
champion and local hero, but can joe montana score with his request for exclusive negotiations with the city of santa clara? anne mackovic on why his past may be incomplete. >> reporter: it's an empty lot with big plans, the proposed 49ers stadium in santa clara is supposed to break ground next year costing hundreds of millions of dollars and while the funding isn't completely secured plans are being made for the land across the street. plans almost as big as the man behind them. joe montana, he wants to build an entertainment complex including a luxury hotel, four star restaurant. >> the plan looks good. it's up to us how we negotiate. >> reporter: he wasn't available to speak to me today but he will be at the meeting tuesday ask that the city negotiate only with his group for the next year and a half. >> in the normal course of things the city would put out a request for proposals for the use of city land and entertain whatever comes back to us. >> reporter: but now they are considering skirting that norm? >> because he is joe montana pretty much. >> reporter: and people on t
have first shot. he has done a lot. >> his star still shines bright but is it enough for joe montana to win a sweetheart deal as part a new stadium? >> smooth sailing for the final shuttle mission. why nasa is nervous. >> going. divers will join the search for seven missing fishermen. air and say searches this week have covered thousands of square miles but no sign the men. their families believe they could be alive and the coast guard agrees >> reporter: coast guard teams searched at 797 square miles for the missing fishermen. the coast guard said it's possible they are still alive even after a week . >> the coast guard and the navy are pursuing this case as a rescue effort. we are still hopeful to find the seven missing men. >> reporter: 27 passengers were thrown into the sea after a freak thunderstorm capsized their boat. 19 made it to land after swimming for hours. >> i was in the water for 16 hours. >> reporter: many survivors clung to ice chests as they tried to reach land. >> i just saw huge waves and i think i was there nine to ten hours. . >> reporter: the coast guard h
not be enough for a hall of famer's big stadium pitch. why joe montana is already hitting a roadblock in santa clara. plus.. a special delivery for one of the world's most beautiful couples. the unusual name, for the new baby beckham. plastic bags and polystyrene (pah-lee-sty-reen) food containers are on the agenda,,,, san carlos city hall. the city council will hold a study session on whether to ban them. several local cities have already jumped on the bandwagon... forbidding businesses from giving those types of bags and containers to customers. proponents say those materials are bad for the environment. four-time super bowl champ joe montana is hoping to score big in santa clara. tomorrow he'll lobby the city council to build an entertainment complex in front of the proposed 49-ers stadium. the city usually requests outside proposals before making a decision-- but montana is expected to ask officials to only negiotiate with him. some aren't so thrilled with the suggestion. " just because he's a great football player and a great 49ers player, that doesn't mean he has the podium... ..." " i'm
fines topping $200. >>> he's a four-time superbowl champion and local hero, but can joe montana score an exclusive deal with a deal over the new stadium project? why this pass may be incomplete. >> reporter:it's an empty lot with big plans, the proposed stadium in santa clara, it's supposed to break ground next year costing hundreds of millions of dollars and while the funding isn't secured, plans are being made for the land across the street. plans welcome as big as the man behind him. joe montana, he wants to build a complex including hotel, sports bar and restaurant. >> the proposal looks good and it's going to be up to the counsel to decide how we negotiate. >> reporter:he wasn't available to speak with us today, he was expected at the meeting on tuesday to ask that the city negotiate only with his group for the next year and a half. >> in the normal course of things, the city would put out a request for proposals with and entertain whatever comes back to us. >> reporter:now the counsel is considering swerving that norm. >> he's joe montana, pretty much. >> reporter:it's not a bad
that no one knew about it until yesterday afternoon. >>> in montana 200 residents evacuated today. a broken oil pipeline send as many as 1,000 barrels of oil flowing into the yellowstone river. exxon mobil said the damage is limited. the governor of montana says it is too soon to know. here is the latest. >> cleanup crews are scrambling to limit the damage to montana's yellowstone river, after an exxon mobil oil pipeline ruptured late friday night. the spill started when a 12-inch pipeline started to leak rate the river. exxon officials say a change in pressure was detected and the line was shut off within six minutes. >> we do not know the cause. this is a very unusual event. obviously, we had a large amount of oil enter the water quickly. >> exxon mobil officials estimate that up to 1000 perils or 42,000 gallons of oil spilled before the leak was stopped. cleanup crews are trying to soak up the oil and prevent it from spreading. machines in the water were seen up to 100 miles from the league. but exxon mobil says most of the damage is limited to a 10-mile stretch near billings. the montan
this morning. coming up next, the oil spill cleanup that continues in montana. >>> our picture of the day coming to you, the fireworks from federal hill from the top deck. no picture this morning. we will get that later. >> he absolutely. we can't get enough of the fireworks. so when we come back, we will talk about the cleanup in montana. >> coming -- >>> also coming up, the governor will get a look at how much damage was caused down there. that's going on in montana. >>> and if you going to quit smoking, you might want to try something other than chantix. the dangerous side effects for the drug. you are watching "good morning maryland" first and only at 4:30 in the morning. ♪ [ female announcer ] everybody loves that cushiony feeling. uh oh. i gotta go. [ female announcer ] and with charmin ultra soft, you can get that same cushiony feeling you love while still using less. charmin ultra soft has extra cushions that are soft and more absorbent. so you can use four times less versus the leading value brand. ah. [ female announcer ] using less never felt so good. we all go... why not enj
in montana had to be evacuated. as many as 1000 barrels of oil have flowed into the yellowstone river. exxon mobile says the damage was limited but montana's governor says it is way too soon to tell how bad the damage is. >> reporter: cleanup crews are scrambling to limit the damage to montana's yellowstone river after an ex on oil pipeline ruptured. the spill started when a pipeline started to leak. exxon mobile officials say a change in pressure was detected. >> we do not know the recons. we have a large amount of oil entering the water. >> reporter: exxon mobile officials estimate that oil spilled before the leak was stopped. cleanup crews are trying to soak up the oil and prevent it from spreading. sheens were reportedly seen up to 100 miles from the leak. exxon mobile said most of the damage was limited to a 10-mile stretch near billings. montana governor said the company was down playing the effect. the river had been surging for months pushes high water flu farmland. now the water is mixed with oil. >> from what i'm looking at there is oil all over the top soil. i don't want my anim
trend in montana wildlife, that exxon claim would also be disproven by photos. there's also reports of a dead duck that's turned up since of the in terms of the health risks posed by their spill, exxon mobile reports we continue to monitor air quality and all previous reports confirm no danger to public health. no danger to public health, everything is fine, relax people, don't overreact. one person decided to challenge that claim in person with the president of exxon pipeline company. >> i know two people in the hospital, one passed out last night because of the fumes, and now my wife, and i don't believe you don't know what's in the oil, what's making people sick. >> in terms of the air quality around the yellowstone river right now, which again, exxon says it has been fastidiously monitoring, another local property owner told the associated press "the smell has been enough to gag a maggot." the associated press reporter confirmed with his or her nose. in the four days since the pipeline ruptured under the yellowstone river, exxon mobiles public statements of fact have not squared
on the dark event, the oil spill in the yell loan stone river july 1st. montana suffered two disasters at yell loan stone this year, -- at yellowstone this year, devastating floods an spilled oil. the evidence shows that they are related but there is no excuse for what happened on july 1st. as mon tannens, we love our state because of its rivers. the yellowstone is god's country and it has trout to prove it. i have seen people come visit montana and be transformed the first time they cast a fly into the yell loan stone and they raise families and feed them from this river. it starts down in yellowstone park and then moves to paradise valley and makes a right hand turn and it flows towards billings and it joins the missouri just the other side of the north dakota border. the longest undestructed river in the united states. montana people are very proud of that, but montana also has good paying jobs, can plow our crops and can drive to our favorite fishing holes. we can do that because of the oil pipelines, oil refineries and the gas pumps. these are just the fact. water is our most sacred resou
montana pitches his plan for a stadium hotel project. what he said to us right after that crucial vote. >>> new information in the jaycee dugard case. what new video and documents released just today reveal about the case. >>> new at 10:00, just about an hour and a half ago. the city council went against the staff recommendation and voted 4-1 in favor of joe montana's proposal. >> reporter: there were a lot of football analogies thrown around tonight. when joe montana left, he called tonight a win. joe montana mingled with wright before he spoke. >> in hopes that we can sit down and not beat ourselves up against the people who have the same where for all. >> reporter: she wants a high end restaurant, sports bar and hotel across the planned 49 stadium. no one who addressed the council spoke against the project. >> four years ago i stood here and told you that if you built this stadium they would come. santa clara would become a destination. and they have come. >> reporter: despite a staff recommendation to open the land lease to all proposals, the city council voted to work exclusively
? we'll show you how the royal couple spent the day in the golden state. >>> and joe montana has some big plans for one bay area city with 49er ties. we'll show you what is standing in his way. >>> and what could get in the way of your morning commute could be some misty skies or even some drizzle overnight. morning temperatures will be in the low 50s. but it's the afternoon temperatures in the seven-day forecast that will likely surprise you as we go through the week. we'll have a look at that when we come right back. [ man ] i got this new citi thankyou card and started earning loads of points. you got a weather balloon with points? yes i did. [ man ] points i could use for just about anything. ♪ ♪ there it is. [ man ] so i used mine to get a whole new perspective. ♪ [ male announcer ] the new citi thankyou premier card gives you more ways to earn points. what's your story? citi can help you write it. gdenny's new tourys of america menu. 50 star cuisine. the new tour of america menu. starting at $4.99. only at denny's. america's diner is always open. >>> after a weekend stopov
star joe montana scored again by a 5-1 vote the santa clara city council last night agreed to lease him land near the proposed 49ers stadium. montana and his development group want to build a high end restaurant, sports bar and hotel. he pitched the plan to the council himself. >> in hopes that we could sit down and beating ourselves up against people who really don't have the same desire to do something there. >> we've been looking for a hotel for 13 years and we have the opportunity for one to come forward with a sports bar that will be busy year round. who wouldn't want to sit in joe montana sports bar? >> council ignored a staff recommendation to open up the bid rather than deal exclusively with montana's team. joe montana has 18 months to work with santa clara to plan the development and agree on a lease. >>> the excitement is building by the minute for soccer fans. at 9:00 a.m. the u.s. women will face france in the world cup semifinals. team usa pulled off an incredible comeback victory over brazil on sunday. the u.s. women are now just one win away from reaching their first worl
, the district at a gas explosion last year. and congressman danny rehberg of montana, the site of an oil pipeline that leaked into the yellowstone river. this is 40 minute. >> i want to thank everyone for being here. today marks the 11th day in our american energy hearing. while the series has allowed us to examine a multitude of issues regarding energy production, regulation and consumption, today will focus on what can be done to improve safety and secure delivery of oil and natural gas via pipeline. several tragic pipeline accidents have occurred over the past year, which demonstrates the need to reauthorize and enhance current safety laws. despite this committee is berm frequently been cited many tense debates and discussions, pipelines they see as an issue i hope we can all work together to produce meaningful and effective legislation to ensure the safety of our oil and gas pipeline infrastructure for the future buffer type in the american people and our environment. over the past several years, we've been able to pass bipartisan bill pipeline safety, sometimes under suspension on t
of california whose district was the site of the gas line explosion last year. congressman of montana, the side of an oil pipeline that recently leaked into the yellowstone river. this is 40 minutes. >> i want to thank everyone for being year. today marks the 11th day in our american energy initiative hearing. while this hearing has allowed us to examine a multitude of issues regarding energy production, regulation and consumption, today we will focus on what can be done to improve the safety and secure delivery of oil and natural gas through the pipeline. several tragic pipeline accidents have occurred over the past year. which demonstrates the need to reauthorize and enhance current safety laws. despite the committee's frequently been the site of many tense debates and discussions, pipeline safety is an issue i hope we can all work together to produce meaningful and effective legislation to ensure the safety of our oil and gas pipeline infrastructure for the future while protecting the american people and our environment. over the past several years, we have been able to pass bipartisan bills
. >>> back in this country crews are trying to clean up an oil spill in montana. an exxon mobil pipeline ruptured in billings in the southern part of the state. there are reports of oil 100 miles downstream. the company says about 42,000 gallons got into the river before the pipeline was shut down. >> most of the soiled area seems to be in the first five to ten miles. we find at this point very little soiling but there is still some pockets we will have to deal with beyond billings. >> before the spill the government issued warnings to exxon mobil about safety violations on the pipeline. >>> severe thunderstorms rolled through the mid-atlantic states overnight. they knocked out power to thousands in northern virginia. strong winds, heavy rains and lightning brought trees down on power lines and damaged some homes. >>> thousands of residents of los alamos, new mexico, are back home this morning, forced to evacuate last week by a wildfire that burned 189 square miles. that fire is now 19% contained and is no longer a threat to the town or the nearby nuclear lab. >>> just ahead, budgetary p
this. they will stay here and they will clean it up to the satisfaction to the people of montana and when it's done, we'll let them know. >> exxon mobile previously told them that it was deep enough that it wouldn't cause damage. >>> a hacking damage involved one of its own. prime minister david cameron is calling for an investigation into media giant news corp. police now believe the widows of iraq war victims were targeted by one of the company's tabloids, the news of the world. this coming after allegations that news of the world hacked into the cell phone of a teen girl who was abducted and murdered in 2002. nbc's michelle kosinski reports on british reaction to the scandal. >> reporter: just how low will a tabloid go? new allegations against the new of the world. they hacked into the voice mails of families of murder victims. people are furious. advertisers are pulling out and the prime minister under pressure is calling for an investigation. >> i feel so appalled by what has happened, murder victims, terrorist victims who have have been attacked. quite disgraceful. >> repor
, an oil spill near billings, montana, federal and state officials are assessing the damage after a exxonmobil pipeline buried under a river bed ruptured. polluting the river with thousands of gallons of oil. we get the latest from nbc's adidi roy. >> reporter: containment booms dot the banks of the yellowstone river in southern montana. a 12-inch exxonmobil pipeline ruptured just before midnight friday. >> this is a very unusual event. obviously, we had a large amount of oil enter the water very quickly. >> the spill is 150 miles northeast of yellowstone national park. in the town of laurel, montana. and near the end of a 55-mile pipeline. the water flowing away from yellowstone park has carried the oil past the city of billings. the extent of the environmental damage remains unclear. local wildlife officials restored water to the town overnight friday. and exxon officials assessing the spill from the air, insist ground crews are safe. >> we have not had any safety issues with any of the people or the responders. we also know that air quality is a concern to many people. we began
the latest on the exxon pipeline rupture that gushed thousands of gallons of crude oil into a montana river. >> it's been a week since the silver tip pipeline released oil into the yellowstone river. but it may be months before they know how much damage is actually been done. >> brown: and david brooks and ruth marcus analyze the week's news. >> lehrer: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> well, the best companies are driven by new ideas. >> our future depends on new ideas. we spend billions on advanced technologies. >> it's all about investing in the future. >> we can find new energy-- more cleaner, safer and smarter. >> collaborating with the best in the field. >> chevron works with the smartest people at leading universities and tech companies. >> and yet, it's really basic. >> it's paying off every day. the william and flora hewlett foundation, working to solve social and environmental problems at home and around the world. and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... this program was made possi
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of this baby. it has to be a blend. >>> also, a homeless shelter in montana called god's love. as its founders prospered, they gave much of their money away. >> usually, when they got any money tir first thought is "who can we bless? who can we give this money to?" >>> major funding for "religion & ethics newsweekly" is provided by the lily endowment, an indianapolis-based private family foundation dedicated to its founders' interest in religion, community development, and education. additional funding by mutual of america, designed and customized individual and group retirement products. that's why we're your retirement company. and the corporation for public broadcasting. >> welcome. i'm bob abernethy. it's good to have you with us. with an august 2nd deadline looming for raising the country's debt limit, president obama this week appealed for a solution that would require both big cuts in spending and more revenue. >> so the bottom line is this -- any agreement to reduce our deficit is going to require tough decisions and balanced solutions. the president urged congress to reach a deal now.
. >> and crushing news arrived over the weekend from a beautiful part of this country in montana, yellowstone natnal park. an oil spill that we now know may be larger than first feared, and cleanup, may, as a result, be more difficult than first thought. nbc's george lewis, just outside billings, montana for us. good evening, george. >> reporter: good evening, brian. the people have been hit with a double whammy. the yellowstone river laced with oil is flooding and waters have been rising all day in communities around here. exxonmobil expanded its cleanup effort putting more people in the field. there are 360 workers assigned to the spill as the giant oil company tries to figure out what went wrong with its pipeline. >> i really can't speculate on what caused this. it was a very big surprise to us. >> reporter: roaring floodwaters have sent a lot of trees like this crashing into the water. one theory is the flood eroded the soil covering the pipeline allowing debris to strike it causing pipeline to rupture. the montana governor toured the spill area to do, observing the clean jut and promising lando
down there. >> the 405, ugh. >>> 4:43. joe montana gives his approval to building the 49ers a new stadium. >> i think he certainly should have first shot. he has done a lot for the community. >> why some city leaders in santa clara are saying not so fast. >>> and the dogs may finally have their day. the push in santa cruz to let pooches return to downtown. >>> and if you're traveling around, we have low clouds and fog and drizzle this morning. 64 degrees expected with a high at sfo. we are expecting clouds and each the possibility of some thunderstorms if you're making your way into the chicago area. still going to be steamy hot. about 90 degrees. continues on, making your way to the eastern seaboard, in toward new york, we're expecting lots of sunshine, by the afternoon and that is going to crank up the temperatures. 90s for highs there. of course we will have the local forecast coming up next. ,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> welcome back. 4:46 now. this is a law that few know about and even fewer are following. >> yes, starting today, the state highway patrol will step up enforcement of the mo
injury. crews rescued two dogs and a rabbit, as well. >>> outrage is spilling over in montana. a break in an exxonmobil pipeline is putting the state at odds with the governor. george lewis has the story. >> reporter: containment booms dot the banks of the yellowstone river in southern montana. a 12-inch exxonmobil pipeline ruptured before midnight friday. >> we really apologize for the inconvenience that this incident is causing all the people in montana. >> reporter: the spill is 150 miles northeast of yellowstone national park. in the town of laurel, montana, and near the end of the 55-mile pipeline. the water flowing away from yellowstone park has carried the oil past the city of billings. official restored water to billings early saturday. and exxon officials assessing the spill from the air insist ground crews and park visitors are safe. >> we began air quality monitoring after the incident. and i want to confirm that we haven't found readings that would be of danger to the public. >> reporter: image of wildlife slicked in oil are prompt something advocacy groups to question fede
for september. residents in montana are running out of the patience on the exxonmobil response. exxon says the breach has dumped up to a thousand barrels of oil into the river. we'll speak to the governor next hour about the disaster. and the duke and duchess of cambridge land in los angeles next hour for the last leg of their world wind tour of north america. earlier, they wrapped up their visit to canada by helping to kick off the calgary stampede. prince william and his new bride will spend three days in california before heading home. and candy, i have a hunch we're going to be hearing a little bit about that trip. >> you think? yeah. she's looking great as always. thanks so much. appreciate it. tim pawlenty is proving that jumping in early isn't always the best plan in a presidential primary. can he turn his campaign around? and president obama has to turn around a lot more than a campaign. will the unemployment picture cost him his own job? [ male announcer ] this...is the network -- a network of possibilities. in here, the planned combination of at&t and t-mobile would deliver our n
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. check it out. heather: thank you. jon: in montana, there is a gun enthusiast to take his dreams to expand gun rights to federal court. gary has an idea for a rifle that he is looking to sell. he calls it the montana buck can roo but he has much bigger plans for the gun. gary joins us by phone. gary, you essentially think if i have this right, that federal gun laws are too restrictive because of an improper interpretation of the 10th amendment? >> well no. more improper interpretation of commerce clause. a great deal of federal power that is asserted is asserted under the guise of regulating commerce among the states including the gun laws. and in this case our real object, our target is the federal commerce clause power and we're using firearms as the vehicle for that exercise. jon: all right. so what you're hoping to do, what you want to do is create this rifle. you're building it personally. i guess you're a machinist, a gun smith. you're building a rifle called the montana buckaroo, a 22 caliber rifle designed for children, right. >> correct. i'm not building it until we are
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